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DAY 4: Win a pair of Oxford semi-brogue shoes with Jones Bootmaker and HfP

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It’s the penultimate day of our five day prize giveaway with Jones BootmakerToday and tomorrow, we’ll be giving away a pair of beautifully made leather shoes.

Saturday’s prize is…

The prize today is a pair of ‘Joseph’ leather Oxford semi-brogues. With minimalist brogue detailing and a crafted leather sole, the ‘Joseph’ is more of a formal, classic style than some of the other shoes we’ve featured this week.

If you don’t happen to be the lucky winner of these shoes, but are keen to sharpen up your footwear with a similar pair, you can buy the Joseph shoes for £99 on the Jones Bootmaker website here.

Entering the competition

To enter, use the competition app at the bottom of this article to answer one very easy question and enter some contact details (so we can email you if you win!). If you are having trouble seeing the competition app, you can enter by clicking here.

There is an option to get an additional entry by signing up to the Jones Bootmaker newsletter, but you can only sign up once across the 5 day giveaway. So if you haven’t signed up yet, you have only today or tomorrow to double up your chances of winning!

Terms and Conditions

Below is a summary of the key terms and conditions you should be aware of, but please make sure you read the full terms and conditions by clicking the link in the competition app.

  • This free prize draw is open to UK and Republic of Ireland residents only, aged 18 years and over
  • Only one entry per household per day
  • The winner will be selected at random from the entries received
  • The prize is one pair of the boots / shoes that are promoted in the competition post that day
  • If Jones Bootmaker does not stock the shoe size of the winning entrant, under these circumstances only will Jones Bootmaker provide a voucher to be redeemed at  for the corresponding value of the competition prize, which will be valid for a period of 12 months.
  • You will receive a second entry to the competition by opting-in to the Jones Bootmaker newsletterYou can only opt-in once across all five competitions. We will check all opt-in lists before we confirm any winner.
  • Entries are not carried forward from day to day – you must enter each day if you wish to enter each competition

Good luck and thanks to Jones Bootmaker for sponsoring the competition.

Comments (11)

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  • Mike says:

    Seeing these are such a relief after yesterday’s triple monk fancy dress shoes !

  • old codger says:

    Just looking at those shoes make my feet and knees scream in pain. The comfort of slippers while WFH and trainers when I go out has eased the trouble I was getting from soul destroying black leather shoes. I remember how proud and excited I was when I bought my first full leather pair for my job in the City. After weeks of plasters on toes and heals, and then slipping in a puddle as the soles had no traction, I went and bought a pair from Clarks.

    With the evolution of casual Fridays the only people I see still wearing formal black shoes like this are 1st year grads from Oxbridge who are still in cookie cutter mode and 70 year old non-exec board directors. I was quiet surprised by the consulting firm staff we had in recently that had never heard of the expression “never brown in Town”. And they all had slip ons.

    • Sloth says:

      Does anyone actually listen to consultants…? Biggest scam going…

      • Josh says:

        Indeed. Consultants aren’t even experts in their own field usually. They are just glorified report writers. I’m astonished that most companies don’t have in house PR teams…everything is outsourced these days.

        • Mr(s) Entitled says:

          Those that can, do. Those that can’t, consult.

          • David says:

            There are some companies in dire need of consulting support – sadly they are also usually the ones who refuse to listen (and refuse to address the problems they brought the consultants in to look at).

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